Hi, I have a simple set of questions for you who have food triggers.
If a certain food is a trigger for you (say Chocolate):
- What is the risk of you getting a migraine after eating it? 50%, 10%, or 100%?
- if you have been on a diet of a specific food that is listed under ‘potential triggers list’ for a month. without increased symptoms, can you safely assume that they are not triggers for you?
For example, over the lat 3 months my diet has been heavy in eggs, yogurt, nuts and their butter, and meat (along with lots of plants and veggies). I spent 2 great months, lowest symptoms on my scale, and then a really terrible month now. Nothing changed diet wise.
I am therefore trying to understand whether those above foods could have been a cause at all, since for 2 months they were not causing anything.
Asking to see whether I need to have a diet change. So far I have not noticed an association between my food intake and migraine, it is has been mostly related to other stimulus (auditory, and visual). ’